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SPELLINGS 10.12.18

Phase 3

Phase 5 -ew

The r sound spelt wr at the beginning of words

The r sound spelt wr at the beginning of words

moth

blew

wrap

wriggle

thin

chew

wreak

written

thick

grew

wrist

wrestle

path

drew

write

wrinkle

bath

screw

wrong

wretch

for

few

wren

wrecked

too

knew

wring

wringed

 

threw

wrote

wronged

 

 

breath

breath

 

 

busy

busy

SPELLINGS 3.12.18

Phase 3

Phase 5 -ph

The n sound spelt kn and gn at the beginning of words

 

The n sound spelt kn and gn at the beginning of words

 

cash

Philip

knot

knead

bash

phonics

knock

knitting

rush

dolphin

knew

knuckle

hush

prophet

knife

knight

shark

elephant

gnome

gnomes

with

phantom

gnaw

gnawed

was

day

gnash

gnash

 

saw

gnat

gnarled

 

 

century

century

 

 

heart

heart

The s sound spelt c before e, i and y

The s sound spelt c before e, i and y

Phase 3

Phase 5 -wh

race

certain

shop

when

cell

circus

shed

what

rice

silence

shell

which

nice

exercise

fish

where

city

cinema

shock

why

fancy

ceiling

then

wheel

circle

spicy

now

very

space

concert

 

by

caught

caught

 

 

centre

centre

 

 

Phase 3

Phase 5 -aw

Before vowels e, i and y =g

Before vowels a, o and u =j

Before vowels e, i and y =g

Before vowels a, o and u =j

chill

saw

gem

giraffe

much

paw

giant

genuine

rich

raw

gym

gymnastics

chicken

claw

germ

genius

such

yawn

job

January

be

shawl

jump

jubilant

       see

your

jolly

jealous

 

very

jail

jaunty

 

 

often

often

 

 

eight

eight

The j sound in -dge or

-ge at the end of a word

message

arrange

strange

engage

knowledge

smudge

pledge

grudge

arrive

circle

The j sound -dge or

-ge at the end of a word

cage

rage

stage

huge

badge

dodge

hedge

bridge

arrive

circle

Phase 5 -ue

statue

venue

pursue

queue

argue

value

I’m

house

Phase 3

chill

much

rich

chicken

such

be

see

Phase 5 -ue

clue

blue

true

Prue

glue

issue

about

asked

Phase 3

zip

Zak

buzz

jazz

zigzag

will

them

Alternative pronunciation for ‘i’

bind

blind

find

kind

grind

mind

rind

hind

actual

learn

Alternative pronunciation for ‘i’

unkind

rewind

behind

wild

remind

child

mild

unwind

actual

learn

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